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distribution] >> today on "tmz" -- >> so either chris brown is crying out for a part in "homeland" or he's a complete idiot. he's dressed as a member of the taliban. >> he's dressed as a sheikh, someone from the middle east. >> no, he's got bullets wrapped about his shoulder. >> ok, he's an idiot. >> we got kourtney and her daughter. >> do you give out candy for halloween? >> i had trick-or-treaters last night. someone asked to use my bathroom. is that weird? >> ooh, that's so weird! >> what if she's hot? >> if a hot chick wants to poop in your bathroom she's not hot anymore. >> rihanna. she was named the queen of the west hollywood parade. the mayor gave her the key to the city. we say what are you going to do with the key to the city? >> it only opens back doors, right? >> you made my halloween, i don't know why. >> we have to interrupt. >> johnny, can we talk about your parents for a second? >> johnny walker's parents. >> yes, sir, i got charles. [laughter] >> and now, "tmz" presents yet another horrible chris brown decision. part 450 of the 5,000 part series. >> chris brown showed up
to lose maine, they may lose massachusetts, where scott brown a rerunning and may lose indiana where dick luger was primaried this year and richard murdoch running against donnelly. a good pickup opportunities, nebraska and north dakota, but most of the reigning ones of these races are very, very close, so if you need five or six, what we seem to be looking at here is a replay of 2010 where the numbers are possible, but the republicans to take control are pretty much going to have to run the table and may depend how mitt romney does that night. >> paul: steve, is this a candidate problem in part? scott brown has done, i mean, is a tremendous political talent, very, very good politician for that state, but it looks like he may lose to elizabeth warren just because that state is so liberal? >> yeah, well, let me answer your question, i think it's pretty lousy candidates on the republican side of the aisle and democrats are recruiting pretty good candidates this year, examination, bob carey in nebraska is making that price potentially tight. a red state. your home state of wisconsin tammy ba
at this race, it would have -- would have been a huge gamble. scott brown distanced himself from todd akin. ultimately, too much damage has been done. the castle will not when buying the best when they by double digits, but she -- the pasco will not win by double digits, but she will win -- mccasdkill will not wednesday by double digits, but she will win. heller deserves credit for running what has been a good campaign. turnout is the bane question and how much present show -- turnout is the big question. we moved this race into our tilt republican category. it has been a while since we have seen surveys outside of the margin. >> and finally, arizona. >> democrats have made republicans work for it. a former surgeon general. an oppressive police and military background. flake suffered from a bruising primary. he had to spend a lot of this money. we are seeing the state go back to a republican lean. rounding will win comfortably. we sought -- we saw mitt romney cut an ad for jeff flake. turnout could be key. there is a large lbs population there. -- lds population there. they are breeding --
with the democrats. go down the road with interesting senate races. >> first, massachusetts, scott brown. he won miraculous victory in 2010, against elizabeth warren, liberal line in this race attracted -- this is the glamour race of the year. >> bret: the rcpi average has warren 54.5 and brown 46%. >> right. she has been, each of them raised $50 million, amazing amount. 60% of her money is from out of state. she is an icon for liberalism in the country. brown is suffering from the fact it's not wave election in 2010. he does not have a weak opponent like in 2010. he has a presidential ticket at the top. which for a state that is 3-1 democratic hurts him. however, one thing that happened is romney has better. he was down 30 in the state, he is now down 14. he is not going to win the state. but the closing of that gap helps brown to the extent it was a boston globe poll a couple of days ago that had them dead even. so i think he is gaining. still behind. the odds are she wins. it could be a brown upset. >> bret: chuck? >> i just want to say this is going to be a great year for senate races. there
, brown is overtaking warren in massachusetts. >> bob: senate race. scott brown. >> kimberly: correct. full screen. read it and weep. 45 to 43%. before elizabeth warren was ahead by five points in september. she has been able to ride the popularity and coat tail of president obama. so it suggests that her favorability is going down and hit by negative attacks, bob. obama not doing as well there. >> bob: i would be surprised if that race would go republican again. maybe so. scott brown did a good job in the special election and done a good job -- >> kimberly: he has 54% favorability rating. >> bob: that state elected republicans to the senate before. >> dana: when we are back here tomorrow we might have to have a debate about ohio. i think a lot of people would think romney's chances are better in ohio than previously described in this block. >> kimberly: i agree. >> bob: okay. we'll do that. the latest on hurricane sandy as it makes landfall next. what happened to one more thing? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ we're lucky, it's not every day you find a companion as loyal as a subaru. love. it's what
translate? >> question finally understand what you're saying. it's wonderful. [laughter] craig: alton brown, geoff peterson. good night, everybody. good night. [cheers and applause] >> this is 9 news now. >> the presidential candidates are out tonight. some maryland vet years trying to avoid long lines on tuesday found themselves in long lines this city and that is where we found them too. >> reporter: there was early voting in 2010 too but the number of early voters has already more than doubled the total number of early voters then. speaking of election history and how it repeats itself, 50 years ago last night there was this. >> next tuesday, november 6, is election day. i hope every american will turn out and vote. >> they did. the rush hour in silver spring was crawling with early voters thursday evening, undeterred by storm cleanup or broken legs. >> voting is our right. i would not miss it for anything. >> reporter: voters said they waited more than an hour to vote. why take the time to do it? >> because i want my vote to matter and i have been to eager to vote and get this election
got mr. ethic. it was all white kids. how about the little brown boy that looks like the most adorable piece of carmel ever. >> as of friday morning, lindsay lohan was not ridge stirred to vote. but still registered to
: fellow how are you? host: tulsa about the races you are watching? caller: sharon brown is ohio. he has done everything. i do not believe he is honest. he said nasty things about mr. brown. he is a wonderful man. and he is great for ohio. i am also a veteran. i support all of the things that the president and the democratic party has done for ohio. i have seen many elections. i am 81 years old. i support all of the women's rights groups. and with the president is doing for our country. now my daughter is from indiana. she is also a strong supporter of the president. we all work with the campaign. i have a brother in new jersey who is going through the terrible things that happened there. also in support of the president. host: have you done anything as far as the brown campaign in the state? caller: i am a little old for knocking on the doors but i worked and one of the offices here for the democratic party. i have been sick for the last three weeks, but i have knocked on doors. i voted on the second. i have donated a small amount of money. i just bought something yesterday. i went out
on tuesday. steve brown is live for us in mansfield, ohio, with the latest. hi, steve. >> hi there. yes, ohio presidential campaigns, it could be argued or split into two halves. election day, the second half. leading up to that, about getting folks to vote early, that's the first half. and that's the strength of the obama campaign. by aklimmation, it's expected obama will go into election day here in ohio with an edge. the question is, how great an edge? why the emphasis on early voting? essentially for every supporter you get to the polls, that means your concentration of resource social security working on a smaller universe of potential voters to try and influence. so in their view, it is a more efficient way of getting folks to the polls and a winning formula. they brought in people to provide a little bit of motivation, if you will. the afl-cio president, richard trumka, obama ally, was talking to unionized folks about their interest or their -- what's in their best interest in getting this president reelected is that the top of trumka's list and he was stealing from the president's own
silence. now governor brown ordered the patrols after community leaders asked for helpful they are not saying how--help. they are not sawing how long the help is going to be here. >>> a woman found stabbed to death adjust resent limod to the area. police say the woman is a 24-year-old woman. and say she may have been homeless. a jogger found her body yesterday morning. there were no signs of sexual assault amend no arrests have been made. >>> a tourist made a terrible discovery when he spotted a body that was washed ashore. the tourist was looking out the window when he saw the body and called for help. the man is believed to be in his mid-30s. there are no signs of trauma. they are going to see who he is and how he died. >>> new information about the september 11 attack in libya,s cia deniesing reports that they delayed rescue efforts. fox news reported that security teams were told to stay where they were 6789 but officials say that they never happened. that attack by a group of al-quaida killed four americans. >>> it is 10 minutes before 8:00. the oakland raiders are go
at this election we see obama is about to get crushed among white voters but about to dominant with black and brown voters which may carry him over the goal line. are we at a place in america where white america can get together pick a candidate and still not get what they want? >> i think we've reached that place. to say that it's white america all for romney and against obama is wrong. president obama will win pennsylvania if he toes and i think he will is in the philadelphia suburbs which are predominantly 85%, 90% white. that's where you have progressive democrats in the suburbs become being increasingly democrat. you got the last of the moderate republicans and a lot of independents as well. and they are voters who are intelligent, they care about the environment, they care about social justice, they care about causes like women's right to choose, et cetera. and those white voters will stay with the president in significant numbers and that's what will bring him to victory in pennsylvania. pennsylvania is a state with about a 10% to 12% african-american population and about a 6% to 8% latino p
win the white house. >> can you believe 7:42 on the east coast, we'll see polls close. steve brown is almost here. good to see you. >> thank you. >> and in another battle ground state. people coming out in droves and. look at it is it the final day of early voting here. long lines leading to waits in cases for hours. no one getting out of line and calls to extend the dead line because there are more people in line part of one neighborhood reduce tod charred rubble in hurricane hurricane sandy. >> we are in the scene of the heartbreaking devastation. >> in breezy point, new york. when a congressman becomes a constitient and loses it all, are sandy victims getting the help they need? if not why not? new york congressman bob turner and his own words coming up. not in this economy. we also have zero free time, and my dad moving in. so we went to fidelity. we looked at our family's goals and some ways to help us get there. they helped me fix my economy, the one in my house. now they're managing my investments for me. and with fidelity, getting back on track was easier than i thought. ca
. >> charlie brown? >> yeah. charles schultz, the creator of peanuts. the next time you want to make fun of charlie brown, just know he is dripping in gucci. the estate raked in $37 million last year. let's move to number three. this one's pretty easy. elvis. elvis pulled in $55 million through his music and cirque du soleil show. some are saying elvis shouldn't be on this list because he was recently spotted outside a criskrispy kreme in utah. number two, michael jackson. pulled in $45 million. number one, liz taylor. she pull in money from a record-breaking auction. >> perfume. >> and her big quote. big girls deserve big diamonds. >> i thought it would be michael jackson. we're back in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc. [ woman ] dear chex cereal, i've never written a fan letter before, but you've done what i thought was impossible: you made good-for-you, gluten-free cereals in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband rob found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great
states. and whether it's scott brown a republican in massachusetts or hide camp in north dakota or in indiana or linda in hawaii, it's a bunch of people -- and i think of it as it's like you could have an olympic gold medal winning swimmer but how bad can the undertoe get before they get sucked under? and you take massachusetts where brown's got to basically win 100% of the republican vote and 100% of the independent vote and one out of five democrats. or win every romney voter plus maybe 200,000 obama supporters have to split their tickets. wow. that's really hard. >> but that goes to the point, too. if all those people did win the senate would look very different because they are opposite parties in a very -- right? in states that don't traditionally let someone from their party. so there would have to be those down the middle need to compromise people and this is where massachusetts is a great case study because scott brown loses he's going to lose with very high positives. people like him. not because people think he's a terrible person. just the idea of i don't like the ide
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. on the right they'll make a big deal about it. i came upon a fun study from 2008. brown university economists found that when moderate papers endorse they're seen as mort credible. when a partisan paper does it, not so much. when the chicago sun times and "denver post" endorsed kerry and bush, the study found 3% of readers switched voting allegiance. they flipped their allegiances in 2000. i have to say, i think an interesting number that matters is when you compare the endorsement numbers, obama has 34 endorsement from major, significant papers. romney has 27. look at the circulation of those endorsements. obama's total just over 9 million readers. >> 27? >> and mitt romney is at 27 and not 7. his total circulation just under 5 million. so i don't know that this is a scientific reading of those numbers, but you have to imagine 9 million readers reading obama endorsement, 5 million readers reading romney. i have to imagine that ends up as a net plus for obama somewhere down the line. let's just quickly ask "des moines register" political columnist kathy obradovich who might shed light on this
to be supportive. >> it should be noted that michael brown, aka, brownie, fells that the president acted too quickly in responding to this crisis. >> he should have let them suffer a little bit more, brownie. i want to talk about the cleveland plane dealer endorsing the president. the cleveland plane dealer as you know has been -- has endorsed the winner in every election since 1964, but to one of those was a board in '76 and in '04 they endorsed no one. this is a bellwether endorsement if in a bellwether state. i wonder if you think we should look at an endorsement as influential? will this shift some votes in ohio or a thermometer endorsement? >> we like to think it's a cleveland plain that we're so influential. i'm sure that we are. but, you know, i think that people who read these things, you know, they -- there are other papers in ohio that have endorsed romney. i believe the columbus dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer endorsed him as well. people will read these things, read the arguments that each editorial board makes and make their own decisions better informed for the research th
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is the confederacy. 1864, the map, the states that were in the confederacy all brown on this map. that's all one block from virginia to texas to florida and that to me speaks to a sort of ugly divide that we have going on in america right now and, you know, there we are. if we could exhume lincoln and mcclellan and look at the map, they would be like, wow, i recognize that map. >> they were democrats. >> absolutely. >> but you know now a long unpacking of changing the meaning and the south entirely agreed and the north disagreed and now at the same position. >> so my south is not all red. i am quite bullish on the president's chances. i give him the states toure did as well as virginia and florida and florida i actually just moved in to this column today on the strength of three different factors. two of them having to do with the latino vote. the demographics have shifted in favor of democrats even since 2008. our friend nate cohn pointed out 69% to 65.5% over 4 years, 150,000 more african-americans registered and 300,000 more registered hispanics. plurality of which are registered as democrats
steve brown has more. >> i bet on american workers and manufacturing. >> that is how president obama describes the u.s. auto bail-out on the campaign trail. in 2009, teetering g.m. got billions, but the deal would not work without labor peace. and the united auto workers wanted delphi members taken care of. delphi was and is g.m.'s top part supplier. at the same time of the bail-out, delphi itself was wading through bankruptcy. it canceled ils employee pension, handing off remain to the federal government. nightmare for delphi retirees. >> my pension went from $2,550 a month geis guaranteed to gettg $385 a month. >> dellny members were folks that the international union wanted help. if they fully restored the pension, the uaw would go along with the bail-out. g.m. agreed. >> when you first hear the union pensions are topped off, you would think yes, even would be treated fairly and equally. that was not the case. >> tom rosen, 20,000 salary delphi retirees got no pension bail-out. many sus sent they know why -- suspect they know why. >> union had political connections and we did not.
, just mud turning the water brown. as for the source of the trouble? >> we're in the process of investigating that right now. obviously the new line isn't where the leak is. so we're looking in the building and under the ground to see if we can find the source of how the water is entering this building. >> reporter: a number of homes and businesses in this area were without water service for a time this morning. that's been taken care of. wssc says if they caused the flooding, they'll make it right for the owners whose cars were trashed. in bethesda, bob barnard, fox 5 news. >>> coming up next an escaped murderer caught after three days on the run, how he broke out of prison and where investigators finally caught him. >> later tonight she's created a phenomenon for women. now find out where her first store is opening in our area. >>> more people marrying your hired, 171,000 -- hearing you're hired, 171,000 workers being hired this month. meantime in new jersey gas lines are extending for miles hit really, but fuel isn't the big issue now. it's patience running very low. aaa
with the sfpd mounted unit, lieutenant-governor, former mayors, willie brown and then we have about 70 -- well, maybe 68 entries and then this will be round out at the very end, the at&t park. a live look at main and mission. the event staff are in place trying to make this happen. you have sfpd out here making sure everyone behaves and follows the media. you got the cars coming through here. it's gotten very, very busy but to be perfectly honest since we've been out there. >>> 7:32. the wireless companies are also getting ready for the big crowds. at&t and verizon, both adding temporarily wireless towers along the parade route and city hall. they wouldn't prevent a repeat of the world series parade where people koontz make calls because the network was jammed if i can't be at the parade in person, you can watch it right here on ktvu. our coverage begins at 10:30 this morning both on air and ktvu.com. you can also watch it live on our mobile apps. >>> 7:33. george gascon warns the city will come down hard against any unruly behavior. >> we want people to come and celebrate. we want to have fun
warnings in effect. anywhere you see this dark brown. it's a massive swath of land and goes down across parts of the caroline that, and the appalachians all the way up towards canada and think of it as replacing the hurricane warnings on coast that you would typically be seeing, don't let it be fooled because you haven't heard hurricane warning in your area. i won't show you this too many times and yell at me afterwards if it's too confusing, but we talk about the models and we want to see them in agreement and i've laid two models here and you see the rings, that's where the pressure gets tighter and tighter and the models in pretty good agreement. exactly what it going to happen. at least the direction of it. go towards the day on monday though and one of the models starts to speed up, and monday 4 p.m. making the landfall somewhere right here in jersey. the other model stays off shore a little bit longer, but comes on shore in the same spot, about eight hours later. so, if that one verifies and spends more time out here, it will strengthen and strengthen and pummel this long island a
, and also, the former cleveland browns great, gary baxter is here. he is here, and we appreciate his support in the campaign. [cheers] [applause] i can tell you that the support that her campaign is receiving across the nation, and the attention that is being focused on this race is in part because people recognize how much is at stake. it is a critical time for the country. we face enormous challenges. massive debts, we face an economy that is not putting our people to work in the jobs that they need. young people coming out of college cannot find work -- half of them cannot find work. around the world we face china, which is going to be a major economic power. it already is. it will be an even stronger power down the road. it has been taking a lot of jobs for people here in ohio. we also face radical jihadist. we face enormous challenges. this is a big election. about big things. i am proud of the fact that our team has worked hard to bring real change, they changed the country that badly needs it. [cheers] [applause] we have a president today has a different view about where america is. h
and to the professors. it did brown of applause for a fantastic panel. -- a big round of applause for a fantastic panel. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> watch our coverage of the presidential candidates and debates from key house, senate, and governor's races from around the country. next, mitt romney campaigned in iowa. then first lady michelle obama at a campaign rally in nevada. live at 7:00 a.m., your calls and comments on "washington journal." stocks began, c-span2's in austin, texas. from former abc news had david westin, that was printed on the late walter cronkite, and texas cronkitelbj and ladybird johnson -- and texas native lbj and lady bird johnson. the texas book festival, like this again on "book tv" on cspan2. >> i like the coverage because it is well diversified. it covers all sides. independent, democratic and republican. c-span is not boring because it is so topical. there are current events which is very interesting to me. i love what is going on right now, talking about issues that matter
than people than 80,000. last time it was outside of cleveland browns game. what the campaign is saying, this weekend and other events will bring out a lot of celebrities and believe they will have really big crowds. they are he going to be katy perry, dave mathews, stevie wonder, bruce springsteen and jay-z on pit bull. performers throughout the country and events at battle ground states trying to boost the crowds. in 2008 the president did an event in the final weekend, in a state he was not winning, but he was trying to expand the map and trying to win republicans over to his column and this side, more on defense, states he won last time that he wants to keep in his column, wisconsin tlie visit this final weekend. in ohio six visits and the reason they say they're doing that and playing that defense, they think if the president can win wisconsin and ohio, et cetera, it's going to be sort of a midwestern firewall that will be hard for mitt romney to get to 270 electoral votes to win. >> ed henry it sounded like the band had come to conclusion and probably thought you'd be able to do t
brown was not sworn in yet in massachusetts, and the url, scottbrown2012.com was already purchased. so many women had been in washington for so many years as legislatures and working on important work and, yet, their names never bubbled to the top, and we were curious why not? >> how did you decide that you wanted to write this book? i mean, all three of you studied similar topics, but how did the book actually come about? >> it was your idea, ted. >> ted? >> well, i guess it was my idea. i -- i've been a political nerd since i was, you know, i don't know, my parents still remember my sister and i in 1960 staging a nixon-kennedy debate with our stuffed animals. [laughter] my elephant beat her rabbit. [laughter] and during all of those years of nerdom -- [laughter] what always fascinated me were the magazine issues that would come out way in advance of a presidential election that would preview the eight or ten or 12 people who ought to be considered, and it simply struck me after seeing so many of those issues of so many magazines that women were not making it on to that list. they wer
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